Dalton, Karen - It's Hard To Tell Who's Going To Love You Best.Vendor: Light In The Attic
NEW VINYL LP ON LIGHT IN THE ATTIC 2009.
180 GRAM VINYL.
Recorded in Studio A, The Record Plant, New York, New York. Includes liner notes by Peter Stampfel and Nik Venet. An unsung part of the '60s Greenwich Village folk scene, Dalton palled around with the likes of Fred Neil and Bob Dylan, but never achieved their (or any) level of success despite an equal amount of talent. An interpreter rather than a songwriter, Dalton was sort of the folkie Billie Holiday. Her folk-blues was powered by a melancholy voice that sounded decades older than Dalton's actual age. On tunes by Neil, Tim Hardin and others, she pours out all the pain of her emotionally turbulent life (another Holiday parallel) over lightly swinging, largely acoustic accompaniment (though Lothar & the Hand People guitarist Kim King injects a bit of electricity). The sound of a soul on the inevitable road to ruin, IT'S SO HARD TO TELL is as impossible to forget as it is to ignore. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karen_Dalton
A1Little Bit Of Rain
A4I Love You More Than Words Can Say
A5In The Evening
B1Blues On The Ceiling
B2It Hurts Me Too
B3How Did The Feeling Feel To You
B4Right, Wrong Or Ready
B5Down On The Street
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